This is a long shot, but try baby diaper wipes (e.g. Wet Ones). They do
wonders to clear up hazy and yellowing convertible plastic windows. I
don't know if they'll work on a washer bottle though as the plastic is
denser and not clear.
On 1 Aug 2002, at 12:08, Fred Schroeder wrote:
> I have the same problem with mine. I have tried everything that I can think
> of with no joy. I even used a special buffing pad/compound for plastics.
> Non it is shiny and grungy. It appears the discoloration is too deep to do
> anything with.
> Best regards,
> Fred Schroeder
> '70 2000
> Home page http://home.texoma.net/~sitsinwest/
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> Subject: Windshield wash container
> > I have a restoratation question about the hard plastic windshield
> > wash tank. One of the tanks I have is the typical groudy tank. Last
> > night (after taking the motor off) I soaked the tank in HOT soapy
> > and bleach water and this morning as I was going to work it looked
> > just the same only wet. I heven't put any elbow greese on it yet so,
> > that may help.
> > What do you do to get these tanks clean?
> > Thanks
> > Brad Holmes
> > SEROC
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